“The Pope and the Holocaust” meticulously reveals how Pius XII clandestinely saved thousands of Jews

Before reading this book, I had only heard snippets of suggestive information regarding what role the Vatican played during World War II, ostensibly humanity’s darkest hour. I was aware that there were criticisms of the wartime conduct of Pius XII, who was pope from 1939 until his death in 1958.

Good-bye, debt. Hello, generosity. A Catholic guide to managing money

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We are living in a volatile financial world, one in which the cost of food, gasoline, and our homes is increasingly more expensive as inflation eats into our income. 

Local author pens childhood memoir of struggle, hope, and triumph

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First-time author John DeFelice, a long-time parishioner of St. Bartholomew Parish in Fort Worth and current resident of St. Francis Village in Crowley, has recently written “The Clemente Spell,” a mostly true memoir of growing up in the 1960s in an Italian immigrant family in West Virginia.